Do you have struggling writers in your class? Well, this might help! This will help your students learn to expand sentences and add detail. Use it as a morning exercise while you take row daily and watch their writing grow. Collect their
This is in an easy format of the Oreo Opinion Graphic Organizer we have all heard of and used. This one is formatted so that it can be used in any opinion writing situation.
Works especially well with ELLs in my opinion!
Have you ever attended an Antonetti Conference? Then you know the standard Venn Diagram doesn't cut it. I have put together trait centered Venn Diagrams to assist you with comparing and contrasting literary texts. Enjoy!
I use this as a graphic organizer for phonograms. I have an activeboard flipchart that goes along with this as part of a top secret mission where agents analyze clues to determine the new phonogram of the week.
Ideas for use: cut out several
This is a writing prompt along with the prewriting strategy RAFT. RAFT stands for role, audience, form, and topic. The writing prompt is setup to look like something a student might see on the ACCESS test. It is also good for writing a 1.4
This is an easy writing prompt for first or second graders. It is best answered using a 1.4 paragraph style that includes a topic sentence, two supporting sentences, and a closing sentence. RAFT is a great prewriting strategy to use with any
This includes a RAFT prewriting strategy along with a writer's prompt for first graders. It also includes the postcard template. RAFT stands for role, audience, form, and topic. This is for first graders. I use it with my ELL or ESL students,
If you've ever been to an Antonetti's Conference, then you know the average Venn Diagram doesn't cut it! I have made several Venn Diagrams you can browse that have traits for higher cognitive thinking when comparing!
This is a nice and easy explanation of using desu. The examples use people to demonstrate X is Y such as, "The man is a lawyer."
The second page of the pdf expands on this to demonstrate X is Y such as, "The shoes are orange." This page has nouns
These cards are ready to print out and be used by your students. Cut them out and arrange them so the pronoun matches the correct conjugation of être.
*****Currently they're not arranged beside of the correct pronoun. This is to keep students
This is a pdf simple explanation of the verb arimasu. The first page is the explanation. The second page gives students lots of vocabulary that they could use to create sentences on their own paper or notebooks. Students can cut out the words to
This is an easy explanation of the verb arimasen and its use. The second page contains vocabulary for students to try and create their own sentences in a notebook or separate sheet of paper. Students can cut out the words to create their own
For Independent reading notebooks, this is a great way for students to identify words they want to know how to spell! You can put this at the end of any interactive notebook and allow students to build their own word walls!
Have you ever been to an Antonetti conference? Then you know the standard Venn Diagram isn't cutting it. You need a trait category. This Venn Diagram is based off of Antonetti's teachings. Use it for higher level thinking for comparing stories:
This is a phonogram flip chart that is interactive. Slide around the figures to sort them. You also have mystery phonograms being hidden by squares that you can slide to unveil desired phonogram. This is set up as a discovery/investigative
If you're using Duolingo to compliment your Spanish language class, or just need some vocabulary, dialogue, and basic sentence building worksheets, this PDF is for you. Conjugation of the verbs to eat, to drink, and to write are used throughout